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Tricky Disses Damon Albarn, Bono, Massive Attack In I Am Adrian Thaws Mini-Doc

British trip-hopper Tricky was recently the subject of a documentary for FACT TV based around his new album Adrian Thaws. In the mini-doc, he talked about his experience collaborating with Damon Albarn, who he worked with for a song on 1996′s Nearly God that was never released. “I wouldn’t work with Damon Albarn again,” he [...]

Fou – “High”

boy by fou It’s nice to hear some new material from Fort Werth-based dream-pop group Fou, who impressed two years ago with their track “Don’t You Know?” Now with several re-recordings and new tracks, Fou has released their debut full-length, Boy. In addition to the previously featured “Don’t You Know?”, my favorite cut from the […]

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Happy Dagger – “Who’s Waiting?”

For anyone who listened to Happy Dagger’s “Indian Summer” – a track featured two months ago with some wonderful Tame Impala psych-rock vibes – the success of Jesse Robertson’s newest track won’t be surprising. Even with just a handful of tracks released, it’s clear that the 20-year-old musician has a special ability to produce rock music that […]

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Primordial – “Where Greater Men Have Fallen”

We just posted this month’s Black Market a few hours ago, which means the new song from Primordial — which just dropped a few minutes ago — won’t be eligible for inclusion till October’s column. But you can rest assured, it will be included. I was actually under the impression the Irish band’s upcoming eighth [...]

Direct Divide – “Abduction”

Although they are some of the most difficult instruments to learn, string instruments caters to an eclectic musical approach; they have the ability to inject emotion into anything, whether it’s the sullen dejection of heartbreak or the climatic excitement of a cinematic car-chases. Strings continue to hold a presence in mainstream film scores, charting pop […]

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